Peggy Angus Class Learning Story

Year 6 Art Exhibition

After a term of hard work, year 6 celebrated the end of their Tate art project with an exhibition for friends and family. It was a great event, and all of the children are now being entered for their well-earned Arts Award Explore...

The Majestic Mosque

Earlier this week, we (Year 6) went to explore a majestic-looking mosque in the heart of London. It was extremely exciting because we learnt a variety of interesting facts. Here are some facts below. In the five daily prayers Muslims face the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi...

Year 6 Tate Project

The year 6 artists visited Tate Modern again today and worked with an artist called James. James took the children around the new Switch House extension of the gallery, looking at works and making links to questions exploring how we would improve the world, feelings...

Year 6 Tate Project

Half of year 6 are currently taking part in an exciting project organised in collaboration with Tate Modern. Today we went and visited the gallery, and took part in an artist led workshop. The workshop focussed on memories and drawing, and was run by an artist called...

International day

Once again we had a fun afternoon at Lansbury Lawrence celebrating the cultural diversity of our school. Thanks to the mums who came and ran the stalls at the International Market. The variety of food made by the mums was delicious and everyone enjoyed tasting it. We...

Messy Mudlarking

On Wednesday 5th October 2016, Year 6 went to visit the river Thames to do mudlarking (which is the same as archaeology). We also learnt many things. For example, we discovered that the tide changes twice a day. Luckily, when we were there, the tide was low. Once we...

Shakespeare Rocks!

Year 6 performed three shows in front of both key stages and parents plus special guests this week! All adults and children involved worked extremely hard to put the performance together to create a fantastic show full of energy, humour and wonderful acting and...

Year 6 Planting

Today several year 6 students took cuttings of sage, mint and oregano from the Key Stage 2 playground.  We are hoping that they will root so we can plant them in pallet planters that are on the wall of the Key Stage 1 playground. This is because the plants that were...

French Café

In Year 6, we have been preparing our own French Cafe. We had to apply for the jobs and then we had an       interview - it was quite challenging speaking in French for the whole time.   In class, we have been preparing the food to sell; advertising the cafe; did...

Year 6 French Cafe

Bonjour!!  Welcome to our French Cafe where you will find the most wonderful and delicious French snacks and cuisine. For a small cost of 20p or 50p you can enjoy the following: cakes, fruit, juice, croissants, biscuits, baguettes, ice cream and much much more!! All...

Day Two at Gorsefield

Today has been absolutely fun. We separated into three groups and completed three activities - archery, bike riding and we made a camp fire (including making our own damper bread). Also, we did orienteering and all the teams were successful at using a map. Throughout...

6B: Day one at Gorsefield

Our afternoon was jam packed full of fun! We took part in: ragging rivers, the 'secret', the spider web and drop the ball. Everybody had to show team work and good communication. It was great fun. The weather was pleasant so after dinner we had more free time to run...

6B have arrived in Gorsefield

After an hours drive we arrived at Gorsefield. We enjoyed fish and chips for lunch and cake with custard for dessert. The food is amazing! The weathers great so we've been able to play out in the garden and now it's time for our first activity- team building. We'll...

Easter Hat Parade

Today was our Easter Hat Parade and the hats were magnificent! We all enjoyed watching the children (and some adults) parade with their Easter Hats made from recycled materials. All of the children worked really hard on them at school and at home and there were some...

Sports Relief Dance-a-thon

Dance-a-thon Sports relief this year was a big success with all children taking part in a class dance-a-thon to help raise money for the charity and have a go at dancing their way to becoming dance-a-thon king or queen of their class. Thank you for all your donations...

Maths Problem Solving Workshop

A huge thank you for all the parents/carers and family members, who participated in the workshop this morning.  It was fantastic to see so many of you accepting the challenges presented and working together as teams to solve the problems.  Well done to the Year 6...

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